Today is National Puppy Day, the CUTEST holiday of the year! What is National Puppy Day? A day to celebrate puppies, of course! What do puppies have to do with this blog? We post about puppies — a lot. Here are some of our favorite puppy-related posts. Enjoy!
Katy Perry's latest single "Dark Horse" is re-imagined 20 different ways in this 4-minute video. The creator tackles everything from 'N Sync to Red Hot Chili Peppers, Run DMC to Slipknot. It's pretty amazing to watch him easily bounce from one genre to the next and most are emulated with near perfection. (Or, at the very least, a zillion times better than I could do.) Plus, all of the music was produced and recorded in house.
What do you think?
Jimmy Kimmel recently decided to send a reporter to SXSW and ask people what they thought of bands that would be there. Seemingly harmless, right? Unfortunately, the reporter only asked people what they thought about fake bands, using the most ridiculous names possible, and people still had a lot to say about the bands they'd never heard of.
To be fair, that probably has more to do with the fear of being invited for an interview only to admit, "I have no idea what you're talking about" and less to do with the strange band names — because as it is, a lot of the bands we listen to have ridiculous names. Consider: Death Cab for Cutie; Arctic Monkeys; Limp Bizkit; Flaming Lips; Neutral Milk Hotel... the list could go on.
I'm a weird-band-name fan myself — which is why Andy Dwyer's band list (from "Parks and Recreation") is one of my favorite things. So here are 26 very real and very weird band names, from A to Z.
A video has been circling the internet of two parents who lip-sync to a song from the film "Frozen" called "Love Is An Open Door." Even though the parents really wanted a little attention (they uploaded the video and called themselves "good looking" in the title), it's their daughter in the back of the car who's a total scene stealer (even yawning at one point).
If there was a lip-sync version of "Frozen" — which is heading to Broadway, by the way — these parents could make a great Anna and Hans. Check it out!